Remember the old western movies: The characters who didn't know anything about guns and/or couldn't shoot straight were assigned shotguns. I suspect their real life counterparts are the market Rossi is targeting with their Circuit Judge.
The .410-bore patterns the poorest of the popular shot shells. Do you really think shooting a 41 shot shell in a 45 rifled barrel is going to improve it's performance?
I'm with my buddy, Big Jim, on this one -- The Circuit Judge is, at best, a novelty. Don't get me wrong, I have several .45 LC revolvers and .410-bore shotguns; but, I have absolutely no desire to combine them.