I prefer blades for target rifles, but for all my hunting rigs with skinners I like the firesight front sights from William's. They are visible in all hunting light and allow really fast sight acquisition on close to med hunting distances.
In a perfect world the front sight can remain the same however, when switching from a barrel mounted sight to a receiver mounted there is no way to know exactly how much droop, rise, your particular barrel/ receiver has ( its usually in the .001s) but can necessitate going higher or lower with the front sight. The issue does not exsist with barrel mounted sights obviously.
Only way to know is try it out, if you have run out of adjustment on your rear peep you'll need a taller/ shorter front sight