Yuri Orlov:"Of all the weapons in the vast soviet arsenal, nothing was more profitable than Avtomat Kalashnikova model of 1947, more commonly known as the AK-47, or Kalashnikov. It's the worlds most popular assault rifle. A weapon all fighters love. An elegantly simple 9 pound amalgamation of forged steel and plywood. It doesn't break, jam, or overheat. It'll shoot whether it's covered in mud or filled with sand. It's so easy, even a child can use it... and they do. The Soviets put the gun on a coin. Mozambique put it on their flag. Since the end of the Cold War, the Kalashnikov has become the Russian people's greatest export. After that comes vodka, caviar and suicidal novelists. One thing is for sure, no one was lining up to buy their cars."
Yuri Orlov:"This was the chaos that the old guard had always feared. As far as they were concerned I was giving arms dealers a bad name. But then they could hardly report me to the Better Business Bureau."
Yuri Orlov:"Gentlemen, the new Uzi Machine Pistol. Big firepower in a small package. This little baby uses 9mm hollow points, 20 to 25 round extendable mags, rear flip adjustable sights, silencer comes standard, excellent recoil reduction, muzzle jump reduced 40 percent, 60 percent improved noise suppression. You could pump a mag into me right now and never wake the guy in the next room."
"Man cocks gun" Yuri Orlov:"Of course that would eliminate your opportunity for repeat business."
Ben Gates:"You know Thomas Edison tried and failed nearly two thousand times to develop the carbonized cotton thread filament for the incandescent light bulb." Riley Poole:"Edison?" Ben Gates:"And when asked about it, he said 'I didn't fail, I found out two thousand ways how not to make a light bulb, but you only need to find one way to make it work.'"
Ben Gates:"I'm sorry I dropped you! I had to save the Declaration." Abigail Chase:"No don't be. I would've done exactly the same thing to you." Ben Gates:"Really?" Riley Poole:"I would've dropped you both! Freaks!"
Ben Gates:"'But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.' People don't talk that way anymore." Riley Poole:"Beautiful. No idea what you said."
Riley Poole:"Anyone that can do anything is going to think we're crazy. Anyone crazy enough to believe us, isn't going to want to help." Ben Gates:"We don't someone crazy, but one step short of crazy, what do you get?" Riley Poole:"Obsessed?" Ben Gates:"Passionate."
Agent Sadusky:"You know the Templars and the Freemasons believed that the treasure was too great for any one man to have, not even a king. That's why they went to such great lengths to keep it hidden." Ben Gates:"That's right. The Founding Fathers believed the same thing about government. I figure their solution will work for the treasure too." Agent Sadusky:"Give it to the people."
Ben Gates:"Do you guys know what this is?" Riley Poole:"Is it a billion dollar pipe?" Ian Howe:"It's a Meerschaum pipe. Ah that's beautiful." Ben Gates:"Look at the intricacies of the scroll work on the stem." Riley Poole:"Is it a million dollar pipe?"
Ben Gates:"Well, I'm in a little trouble." Patrick Gates:"Is she pregnant?" Ben Gates:"Well if she is, are you going to leave the woman carrying your grandchild standing out in the cold?" Abigail Chase:"I look pregnant?"
Ben Gates:"A toast, to high treason. That's what these men were committing when they signed the Declaration. Had we lost the war, they would've been hanged, beheaded, drawn and quartered, and oh my personal favorite, had their entrails cut out and burned! So, here's to the men who did what was considered wrong, in order to do what they knew was right."