Im having an issue when Instantiate Prefab with specific rotation

So, here is the thing, Im traying to instantiate a bullet prefab on my Enemy Ship, i put a child GameObject into my Enemy Ship called SpawnPoint and by reference on the inspector i use it transform.position and transform.rotation to instantiate my Bullet.

The Enemy ship and the Enemy Bolt have a “Mover” script with 2 line of code:

public class Mover : MonoBehaviour {
 
        public float speed;
 
        Rigidbody myRigidbody;
 
 
 
        void Start () {
                this.myRigidbody = GetComponent<Rigidbody>();
                this.myRigidbody.velocity = Vector3.forward * this.speed;
        }
 
}

The Enemy Ship have a WaeponController()

public class WeaponController : MonoBehaviour {

	public GameObject shot;
	public Transform shotSpawn;
	public float delay;
	public float fireRate;

	AudioSource audioSource;



	void Start () {
		this.audioSource = this.GetComponent<AudioSource>();
		InvokeRepeating("Fire", this.delay, this.fireRate);
	}

	void Fire () {

		Instantiate(this.shot, this.shotSpawn.position, this.shotSpawn.rotation);
		this.audioSource.Play();
	}

}

Like you can see, the Instantiate() function use the shotSpawn reference for position and rotation, the problem is that the Bolt enemy prefab instantiated never take that rotation, always go at the opposite side of the screen…

Is there a logical explanation?

Try removing the “this.” from this.shotSpawn.position, this.shotSpawn.rotation

I tryed but not working.
I think something wierd is happening with my shotSpawn rotation, while turning the object, the arrows that represent it never change position…