That gun and stock can have a buffer tube which normally houses a weight and recoil spring which is where it gets reduced just like any ar15.
But it's a bolt action, so putting an AR stock and buffer assembly on it accomplishes nothing, since the bolt doesn't reciprocate into said buffer system under recoil, therefore would serve no purpose whatsoever...
Semi-Automatics reduce recoil by means of reciprocating mass (IE, the Bolt/Carrier Assembly)
What you've stated above is not possible with a bolt action, as they remain fixed and locked into the barrel extension for the entire firing cycle...
Edit: Here's a video showing a cutaway view of an AR's function, I think it explains why adding an AR stock and buffer assembly to that Remington Chassis rifle won't do squat: (And yes, I know they goofed in the video, the safety selector cannot move with the hammer uncocked.) http://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/...imation-video/
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