I'd merely remove the stock and do a wipe-down with RemOil. For whatever reason, I don't like to spray oil onto a rifle. Doesn't seem necessary, really.
I'd run a patch through the barrel and examine it for "grunge". If none, I'd consider it ready to shoot. If shooting is to be at a later date, I'd spray some oil on a patch and run it through. End of worry.
My Rem700 Ti calls for 60 inch-pounds of torque on the stock screws--five foot-pounds. That's about a good heavy twist with a screwdriver.