Possible, yes. However, unless one already has a 3D CAD model of the receiver, all the remaining original features would need to be designed. That represents a significant amount of work.
As getting one's hands on the factory 2D drawings seems unlikely, a receiver would need to measured very carefully, and all the features added to a 3D part model. A slight shortcut could be 3D scanning the outside of the receiver as a starting point.
Designing some kind of Picatinny to dovetail adaptor that one can print and then attach to receiver seems like a lot less trouble. You could even add 10 or 20 MOA drop compensation so the scope can live closer to mechanical zero.