The bullet that Angie shoots from Vince's office door pierces the window behind Sheldon. In the following shot, when Angie and Mo burst into the office, we see that the bullet somehow went around an office cubicle with a glass partition in order to reach the window.
When Senator Jesus Braunschweiger meets them at the airport, the Mercedes has headrests as seen through the front window. When Vincent and Sheldon get in the car for their getaway, the headrests are gone.
The Wong Airlines plane Ricardo and Kornpett fly to Tijada has two round windows on each side, but in one dimly lit nighttime stock shot it can be seen to have grown much larger, with four round windows along the side.
There are continuity errors while Ricardo and Kornpett get in and out of Senator Jesus Braunschweiger's Mercedes. While searching for the keys, the rear passenger window is shot out. In the next scene, they exit the driver's side door, but the window is restored. Later, while driving away from the airport, the rear window is shot out in two places, although there is only one rifle shot heard. In a later shot, as the car drives away, the rear window is mostly removed instead of the two holes shot out earlier.
When the car chase first leaves the Kornpett's driveway the first Government vehicle loses the hubcap from the front wheel on the driver's side as it makes the right turn onto the cross street. All of the following scenes that show the Government vehicles show them with both hubcaps on the driver's side.
It is mentioned at least once and seen on a newspaper headline that the United States Mint (Mint) was robbed. The Mint deals with coins. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) deals with currency. The BEP would have the engravings for currency, not the Mint.
At the start of the film the agency that prints currency is correctly identified as the BEP. But for the remainder of the film the action centers on stealing printing plates from the Mint, which only manufactures coins.