I know they want to do things right, will let you know when I get a note back.
Keeping the barrel centered in a wood stock is a challenge since the wood shifts a teeny bit from moisture change and this can be ongoing. For your info the bedding block-receiver fit has lattitude so you can correct the gap fit very easily, saw it being done last week. All they did was back off the three screws a bit until the barrelled action could be moved. Then the guy centered the barrel in the channel and tightened the three stock bolts. I had this happen to my rifles also but no contact was being made to wood, just cosmetic, easy to move the barrel back a tich and it is done.
I think the bedding system is one of the slickest, we switched barreled actions and stocks with no problems during a shoot a short while ago.