PW listed a few others, so I'm not going to repeat them. The Judge isn't the only one, it's just the most well known one.
Aside from the obvious question of.... why do you want to fire a .410 from a pistol?
1. There is no such thing as ".45 sort" (or short). There is only .45 colt. Some manufacturers label it ".45 long colt" to avoid confusion with the .45 ACP round, but the cartridge is called just .45 colt.
2. .410 slugs are NOT "essentially .45s." The .45 colt is a far, far better round to run through as far as single projectiles go.
As proven here for the unbelievers, .410 slugs are typically .40 or less in diameter. And in a handgun they seriously lack the same power as a .45 colt cartridge.