Thanks for the responses guys,
I spoke with CG yesterday and they are awesome people to deal with. The gunsmith basically said that they have tried using bore lasers on multiple occasions and can get them to do wonky things in the straightest barrels so they test straightness on patterning (go figure). He basically said while the chances of something like this happening and getting through quality control are slim to none that the best course of action is to pattern it and send it and if I see a problem and they will pattern it as well and if there is an issue they will fit a new set of barrels under warranty. Cant ask for more than that.
Unfortunately my time is occupied visiting family this weekend so next weekend I'll sneak out to get some patterning done at my family's place. I do have a muzzle laser that I use to get my rifle scopes on paper so I popped that in the end of each muzzle and each was dead on and when I threw the bore laser in the bottom barrel again I noticed it was now shifted to the right so at this point I am thinking its something to do with how the bore laser sits on the ejectors considering they oppose each other and the laser swapped sides between top and bottom. In short my slight ocd has most likely gotten the best of me
and I am really impressed how cg handled my inquiry because Im sure that would be easy to dismiss.
Texas Yankee you make a good point on the confidence of knowing where its shoots.
Thanks again guys!