Some gun dealers balking at transfers – At least two gun dealers in the Rochester area say they will not facilitate transfers of firearms between two private parties. A third plans to charge more than what the law allows. The New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, the controversial new gun laws passed Jan. 15, requires all people selling a gun to someone else to conduct this process through a federally licensed firearms dealer. The only exception is for immediate family members. Dealers are not required to perform this service. The dealer must run a background check and cannot charge more than $10. Dealers say the process is worth more than that.