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I dont have a C9 but many have used the Hogue or Buttler Creek rubber slip on grip coverings with much success. I have a JHP 45 and installed the large Buttler Creek slip on grip covering and like it a lot compared to just the bare stock grips.
 

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I use Houge grip sleeve after getting a blister on palm at the range....feels great. Your can replace grip panels but you will still have to contend with the poly frame seam rubbing your hand....thats why i went with the houge. It provides full grip coverage.
 

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What size Hogue for the C9?

Thanks, Mark.
Hogue Handall part# 17000 "for Glocks". Fits the C9 like it was made for it. Make sure you put it on right-side-up and trim a bit off of the bottom. It has an arrow inside the grip that show which way is up. It feels like a totally different gun with this thing. I highly recommend it.
 

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Nope but I can get you one.

One thing I like about it is that it has a rubber piece that comes up all the way over the back. It covers the area where the gun rides on the web of your thumb. I really like that feature
 

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Hogue grip for C9

Hogue Handall part# 17000 "for Glocks". Fits the C9 like it was made for it. Make sure you put it on right-side-up and trim a bit off of the bottom. It has an arrow inside the grip that show which way is up. It feels like a totally different gun with this thing. I highly recommend it.
Bought mine today - fits the C9 perfectly - feels great:
 
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