Thanks for the tip Singlebarrel. May have to try that, I sure miss hunting with my peeps!
I order that tallest front sight from Skinner and use a Dremmal Tool or a small file to make the point. That way I have plenty of height to work with. Sometimes I file the point and have to re-do it because the sight is too high. It takes some trial and error, but it works. I also paint mine white or red to make it easy to see.
I do not understand why more people that complain of blurred front sights do not use this. That fine point is clear and makes a wonderful aiming point for precision shooting at a reasonable distance.