When Orin Sr. is watching a showgirl rehearsal, one of his lackeys walks up to him, hands him a cordless phone and tells him it's his son. He pulls on the antenna and we hear the sound of a telescoping metal antenna, but it's a solid rubber antenna.
Sarah is working her bee hives in a protective veil and gloves. These are to help prevent the bees from entering the clothing at the sleeves. Sarah is wearing a dress the bees could easily fly under and accidentally sting her when she moved. She should had worn slacks and had clips or bands at the ankle to prevent the bees from entering her clothes
As Taggart trips the first attacker with a stick at the lumber yard, all the other attackers can be seen already knocked down before he's even fought them yet. In the next shot they are all standing up again.
Early in the film in the barn fight scene when Taggert places the automatic at the eye of the bearded guy it is not cocked the hammer is down, in the next shot it is cocked with the hammer back and in the last shot before he removes it, it is not cocked and the hammer is down again.
When Taggert approaches Sarah at the church lunch she is standing near a low bush just behind her and to the left. She then walks away from Taggert 15-20 feet and he doesn't move but in the next shot she is standing exactly where she was when he approached her the first time
In the scene in front of the doctor's office Taggert initially has hold of the hand of the cop in whose mouth he has placed the gun, in the next angle shot from behind the cop, Taggert is shown holding the cop's neck with his free hand and in the next scene he is again shown holding the cop by the hand
When the tractor trailer goes over the cliff after hitting the pickup truck, you see the power unit break apart and the cab shell falling. The next scene shows the power unit intact, hitting the cliff face and breaking apart again.
When the whiskey drinking guy is playing guitar he is holding a classical Spanish guitar, but as Seagal takes it out of his hands to start playing he is shown holding a different instrument, a steel stringed acoustic guitar.
The Chevrolet 3100 seen on the highway prior to the semi ramming it is seen with a nonstock independent front suspension from a 1963-87 Chevrolet 1/2 ton light truck - the truck being rammed has the original i-beam (straight axle) front suspension with front leaf springs which was used by Chevrolet and GMC (the 1947-55 (first design series) had this straight axle front suspension which was last used in 1959 when GM redesigned the front suspension with control arms and torsion bars for the 1960-62 model year; coil springs were used with the 1963 - 2007 model years (its final application was the GMT800 where its current successor used a strut-like setup).
At one point when Jack is being chased by the coal truck, his own truck slides sideways and stops. Jack gets his truck back into gear and speeds off revealing on the left of the frame that the coal truck is being projected on a screen.
Near the end of the movie, Jack throws a flare towards one of the fake US Marshals who catches it just inches before it lands in a puddle of gasoline. Liquid gasoline is itself not flammable; but gasoline vapor is. Holding a flame inches away from such a large puddle of gasoline would ignite the vapors.