This is coolbert:
As far as I can determine ONLY two varieties of ship-to-shore land-attack cruise missiles in the Russian inventory that possess the necessary range to be fired from the Caspian Sea and reach targets in Syria.
1. 3M-54 Klub.
"Operational range 3M-14/3M-14T: 2500km [1500 miles]."
"The new Russian Admiral Sergei Gorshkov class frigates and the second batch of Steregushchy class frigates use the . . . UKSK VLS . . . are also able to carry these missiles."
2. RK-55 Granat.
"RK-55 Granat naval code 3M10 . . . has apparently been converted to carry conventional warheads and continues in service to this day."
"Operational range: 3,000 km [1,900 miles]."
RK-55 originally designed to carry ONLY a nuclear warhead NOW can carry a "conventional warhead".
"It has been suggested that RK-55's could in future be fitted to converted Delta class submarines, or to surface ships, but these have not been confirmed."
"Conventional unitary High Explosive (HE) warhead and sub-munition warhead versions of the RK-55 have probably been developed"
UKSK VLS = "Multipurpose Ship Fire System (UKSK) . . . vertical launching system (VLS)"
The missiles of October, Russian style!!