Broken resin mask jaw, is it possible to save?

So during a convention months ago, my resin fursuit mask fell on the ground and one side of it's jaw piece snapped in half (for added info, it was a DVC crow skull resin mask).

I peeled the fur back from the mask and tried to fix it by using both hot glue and gorilla glue (super glue) and no matter how long I've held the two pieces together, it doesn't want to hold. It split where one of the bolts was holding the pieces together, and it split where a drilled hole was that held the springs to the lower jaw.

Here's the screw I'm talking about, no longer bolted into the lower jaw...
Here's the screw I'm talking about, no longer bolted into the lower jaw...
Here's the broken parts. You can see a "dip" in the jaw piece on the right, that dip was where the bolt was screwed in. The whispy white stuff was the super glue making an attempt to hold the two pieces together, but eventually peeled away.
Here's the broken parts. You can see a "dip" in the jaw piece on the right, that dip was where the bolt was screwed in. The whispy white stuff was the super glue making an attempt to hold the two pieces together, but eventually peeled away.

Here is what the head looked like before the jaw damage:

It's supposed to have a moving jaw when you open your mouth (hence the springs and hinges) and no longer works of course. Is there anyway this can be prepared or should I just buy another mask to replace this one? And if I do end up just buying a new one, what should I do with the old head?

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