I just recently purchased a pre-ban Italian-made Beretta 92 9mm handgun. It is one of the older models that came with the two 15 round Italian Beretta-made magazines and the wooden grips. But my question is this: what is the difference between my version, which is the 92F, and the 92FS? I was told mine is the older, *better* version. Does the "S" designation have anything to do with some internal safety device designed by Beretta USA to comply with the Nazi-throwback American political gun laws?