Hard to tell from photos, but to me it looks right.
If it's the bullet chamber you're concerned about, I can assure you that the grinding marks in that area are also present on my Berg piece.
It looks like a denim tabled piece from what I can make out, so if the denim pattern is consistent throughout the table, that is also a good indicator.
As long as it plays well, it really shouldn't matter unless it has been butchered, which it doesn't seem to be.
Maybe ask Matt Marantz (he is a forum member here on SOTW) if he really checked this piece out?
To me the scratches on the baffle don't look original, but I think they won't effect the way the mouthpiece plays. In the first picture it looks like the tip/rail area upper right in the picture has some irregularities, but it's hard to see on this low quality picture. The rough area in the bullet looks like a normal Berg to me. Could be that someone experimented a bit with a baffle insert in this piece, but it's just a guess.
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