Hello to everyone, I'm new in this forum and at this I'm waiting for my Brockhage Euro Pick Gun to arrive. As you may guess I'm not experienced or anything but I've been watching an insane amount of youtube videos and written tutorials so that I can get rid of this noob stage as soon as possible. Since I live Spain, our lock pins are mostly faced downwards, and consequently I bought the pick gun that shoots in that direction. I've guessed that the process of lockpicking our kind of locks would be exactly the same that for an standard american lock only that I have to set the tension wrench on top and the pick gun at the bottom. But since the whole thing changes of direction, so will do the force of gravity. Will I need to apply some extra force to the tension wrench so that it doesnt fall downwards? and most important, will I need that extra force as well so that the pick gun doesnt touch the down-faced pins? (this is because I've read about the pick gun being slightly distanced from the pins just before shooting it).
I'd also much appreciate any tips or counseling so that I can prevent myself
from any special tricks in spanish or european locks.