It might. It depends on the RFD. Some of them are keen to see this as a service they can charge for; others recognise that it's a part of building a relationship to achieve more custom. My RFD sends and receives and if it is an off-ticket transaction his paperwork is minimal so he makes no charge. All our club members who use this service acknowledge this, and from time to time we make a gift of a nice bottle of wine.
Last month a member bought a new Hatsan from a dealer in the midlands; it was delivered to our RFD the next day and we picked it up. All the RFD wanted to know was that the rifle had been paid for before it got to him, which is fair enough.