I would at least be sure the barrel has been cleaned, and eye ball the rest. As far as giving the springs a break, think about all the SD carriers, their weapons are carried in the full ready 24/7. If it's for show or target shooting than it wouldn't hurt to store it like a collectors item.
I would field strip it and clean everything, if for no other reason than to get to know it and how it works. I haven't seen any magazine spring related problems since about 1965 if that helps.(you can always order new springs as needed). Learn all the different safety features and learn how to always carry it "One in the chamber/with the manual safety off. Varies with some different autos, learn how your's carries safe.
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