Indianapolis and Chicago are about as far apart as Nashville and Knoxville. Chicago, by far the larger of the two, is surrounded by a state with some of the most miserable gun laws in the nation (for any liberals that clicked here by accident, that means you'd think Illinois' gun laws are awesome and should be copied by everybody.) Indy, on the other hand, is in a state with some of the loosest.
Chicago goes its state laws one better by having a total handgun ban and onerous long gun requirements. Thanks to Hoosier state preemption laws, Indy's gun laws are the same as those in any sleepy farming crossroads in the most bucolic corner of the state.
Care to guess which has the higher murder rate?