Not a Pesh kabz. Those have reinforced tips and were designed to pierce chainmail.
Looks like a version of what is sometimes called a Khyber Bowie. Pretty common & generic blade shape with many names for knives used anywhere from Russian Caucasus, Balkans, Turkey through India, Pakistan and Afhanistan.
That plain grip is strange though. Perhaps it was once wrapped with wood, leather and bound with wire.
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