Why not just get a 270 if you can't handle the recoil ?
Recoil with full-power 270 WSM loads is in the 'creampuff' category, the lightest kicking magnum. Apparently you've never fired one, or you would know better.
I'm shooting reduced loads for target and small game use because it is easy on the barrel, and doesn't cost much more to load than my .223. - The paper never knows the difference, and that's what I shoot between hunting seasons.
Full-power loads in the 270 WSM are only 100 fps behind the 270 Weatherby mag - and 200-300 fps ahead of max loads for the 270 Winchester.
If I am hunting whitetails at close range and don't want to see much meat damage, I'll use 270 WSM starting loads, which give you 270 Winchester top velocity.
The 270 WSM will do anything that a 270 Winchester will do - and considerably more.
There's certainly nothing wrong with a 270 Win, but where I live the option of a bit more power is useful for larger animals at longer ranges.
In-between hunts though, I'm one of those guys who makes it to the gun club twice a week or more, to shoot just for fun. I feel it would be kind of pointless to use full-power loads for that kind of shooting.