stx, If you've had a chance to check the scope for zero and tracking and it's OK, you can get touch-up pens from Brownells. If you have any doubts(I probably would) I'd send it back to the manufacturer (Leupold ?) and let them check it out and change the eyepiece bell.
On the stock, since it looks like the rifle is a working gun, you can sand and fill the gouge and scratches with good bedding compound and repaint the stock with wrinkle paint, or whatever you like. I use spray bedliner.
Another option, if the scope and rifle are OK, is to chalk it up to the hazards of the hunt and let it go. No matter how careful I am, my hunting guns get skinned and scratched up. I have learned, however, how not to get blood on them. That's progress for me.
Good luck, Tom
Texas State Rifle Association Life Member
NRA Endowment Life Member
A big fast bullet will beat a little fast bullet every time