I'm confused though, because recoil comes after the shot. How will that effect your.....accuracy I assume?Because I don't need the extra recoil while trying to make shots out to 200-250m.
Your load, using your rifle weight, is producing 35 ft/lbs of recoil roughly. My buffalo load (300gr, 77.1gr powder, 2595fps) is making 45 ft/lbs. Just goes to show how subjective recoil really is. I don't consider 10 ft/lbs a big jump at all, but some do. I wish someone like the Sport Science people would do a complete study on rifle recoil.
MV of 2790, the 235 TSX is likely not going to expand at 250 yards, as it's already down to 1900 fps. I know they say 1800 min, but what I've used of them, you want to stay above 2000 on the impact velocity. The Weldcore would likely be better than the TSX at your speeds. A 250 TTSX, due to the plastic tip, will expand easier, and the added BC will help you carry that energy farther.
The 270 LRX with 66gr of RL15, starting at 2550, is still over 2000 fps at 250 yards. Plus, this load will only make 34 ft/lbs of recoil. Less recoil than your 235 load, yet carries more speed and energy down range.