If you use it, it'll inevitably pick up many more, some might be quite bad....I'd keep using it until it gets thoroughly worn and then, if it still bothers you, send it off for refinishing in a more durable DLC or nitrided finish. Sprayed on stuff just isn't that good in this day and age...You'll drive yourself nuts if you try to address each and every scratch
Don't worry about incidental wear. Any handgun that is truly "used" will have that. Look at those scratches and finish wear as "character." I have a Colt Government from 1976 that the blue finish is extremely worn...it looks beautiful.
I had my wedding ring on less than a week before I somehow slammed a door and the ring flattened to the point where it took a pair of padded jaw pliers to re-shape and get it off. A couple of weeks later I received a shock while doing some electrical work.
Love my wife of 53 years but even she endorsed the no ring for me.