Good score. The upper, central pouch was originaly intended for a Barrett .50 cal mag + accessories, but TT sells 'em as "Multipurpose Pouches". OK for fairly sizeable items, but small stuff, like batts/pens could fall out unless you stitch up the top 1" of the sides of the inner pouch. Once you fix the "leakage' issue, either by sewing or with snaps, not a bad Admin pouch.
The lower mag pouches were originally intended for 2x30-rd AR mags, but wil, according to TT, accept 1 each 20-rd 7.62 NATO mags. Nice to have options, isn't it? You will need to spread them out a little so the wider 7.62 mags don't bang/rattle against each other. You will see what I mean.
Upper side pouches look to be TT "Small Utility pouches". Can't tell what platform they're mounted on, but if it's TT-made, looks like you have a TT Modular Assault Vest + MAV bib. No load bearing "X-Harness' for you unless you ditch the bib. Check TT's web site for any accessories for the platform prior to dyeing
Come to think of it, check www.greyghostgear.com
website, as a lot of the stuff they sell was originally made by TT. Again, do that before dyeing.
IIRC, TT has had most of their items made in ACU digital camo at reduced price for a while now, but always check GG (mentioned above) for usually MUCH lower prices on TT stuff they still have.
ACU stuff can be dyed a very presentable green-based digital camo using Dark Green Rit Dye. Mix up HOT––nearly boiling–– water, add a few cups of salt and a box of Dye. Stir well, and then dunk the single items of gear––Use tongs! Dunk until you like what you see, then pull the item and rinse well, With nylon, what you see is what you get; it seldom lightens up much––if at all–– after rinsing and drying, so you probably will be surprised at how little time the items spend in the dye. Wash any old/dirty items prior to dunking. When washing tactical gear/clothing, DO NOT
use conventional laundry detergents, as such have UV "brighteners", which is a BAD THING
for tactical and even hunting applications. I use Sport Wash on my clothing items and wash tactical gear in the sink/bathtub using unscented
Dis-assemble/open-up everything prior to dyeing; make sure the dye gets everywhere
. Fastex buckles don't mind boiling water temps, but I always remove the MALICE clips.
Just a thought, but if things turn brown/tan in your AO during the winter, mebbe don't dye at all; just add some coyote brown pouches here and there to break up the outline/color a bit, and call it a day. Your call.
TT is good kit, and you got a pretty good deal, all things considered. Congrats.