Being marked as a convicted felon in the United States makes a man’s life significantly more challenging in almost every way possible. Arming and protecting yourself as a felon is also a whole lot harder, and more risky as well. However, you’re not completely without options. It will just take some creativity, and a heightened awareness of the legal systems inner workings ( which you already know currently do not work in your favor). Be sure to keep in mind that written law and practiced law are two different things entirely. For example, the rights granted to you by the US Constitution, when exercised, could still land you in prison due to our current system of what Greg demonstrates to be tyrannical US Law Enforcement. Greg Tambone goes into some of the things he is able to do to protect himself as an American convicted felon, and shares with viewers some of the perfectly legal items he can carry on his person every day to be more prepared. These tools each serve a purpose, which collectively help circumvent the lifelong loss of firearm privileges felons experience after being convicted.
The main idea is to conceal these things on your person, maintaining both the ability to defend oneself, and the advantage of surprise given by not drawing unwanted attention. The items Greg introduces are: