We know that shipboard weapons are used ashore sometimes. Artillery is the most widespread example. When WWII was over shipboard and coastal artillery was replaced by missiles. Thus in the end of the 50s the USSR built a marine rocket assisted bomb launcher to fight against submarines and missiles of an enemy. It was named RBU-6000 "Smerch-2" ("Tornado") and represented a twelve-barrels system rotating in two planes with an automatic shell feeding. Since early 60s it was mounted on
various ships including anti-submarine cruisers. At the same time they made two more systems in a coastal modification to protect submarines of the Northern Fleet. The area of Ara-Guba and Ura-Guba bays were strengthened by four units of coastal self-propelled rocket-assisted bomb launchers DP-62 "Damba". "Smerch" and "Damba" had been standing guard there for many years until 1995 when the garrison was disbanded and the positions were left by people.
Some more pictures to remember the Gerogian-Abkhaz war 1992-1993. Up to two thousands of Georgian soldiers, 58 military armoured vehicles, a lot of artillery were operating in unarmed Abkhazia. The plan of
Abkhazia occupation under the code name "Sword" was fulfilled two weeks after admitting of Gerogia to the UNO. Russia ruled by B. Yeltsin knew about the plan and helped Georgia with armament.