Is there hope for a repair on this bow?
Samick Outlander American flat bow.
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TL;DR: Yes it is. Send Samick an e-mail (here for the US) and explain your problem (with pictures) to them.
It is possible to repair this bow, but only by a professional. So either talk to the manufacturer (recommended) or a professional (!) bowyer.
The crack actually looks a little bit more horrible than it really is. Your bow (or 'modern bows' in general) are made from a stack of different materials like glas, certain kinds of wood and so on. The layers are basically really well glued together under high pressure.
What the bowyer needs to do know is just to repeat this whole process. Mainly they'll put in specialised glue, heat and pressure to get your bow up and running again.
And again, don't do this by yourself! Send it in. Also don't trust any hobby bowyer. If this is not repaired just perfectly it can get really really dangerous for you, the target (can be ignored if not hunting) and people standing beside.
3 -4 month 55 lb samick sage bottom limb snaps after a session shooting 20 arrow . Everything text book .. .. have to see what happens