Seen hundreds like it: go with Old Smithy on what that is !it looks full length, the brass riveted hilt is typical Afghani, as they seemed to have followed on the way they made the 1888's
The bayonet has a coilspring operated crossbolt - no such thing in 1869!
Agree with Carl - a local copy for a 1913 or 1917 or more likely - a junk fake. "Enfield 1869" is pure nonsens
Carl!Bo shame on you the French had them on the 1842 ;-)!! have to think about 1869 though, as the 42/59 went back to external spring.