He has had several surgeries and said he is getting the hang of his new hand. It's the first bionic hand that looks and acts like a human hand, thanks to i-LIMB technology.
"I wouldn't say I feel like Steve Austin. The hand doesn't have the ability to punch through a wall, but at least I can grab the wall," Bristol said.
Each finger has a separate motor to make it easier to do everyday things like washing dishes, folding clothes and tearing open a packet of sugar.